Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Lisa Saunders, Inspirational Speaker/Workshop Facilitator





Lisa Saunders is an award-winning publicist, TV host and instructor at New London Adult & Continuing Education. A graduate of Cornell University, she is the author of seven books and lectures on several topics. Her speaking venues have included Fox CT, News 8, USA 9 News, Cornell University, grade schools, Washington Independent Writers Assoc., and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Lisa’s topics include:

  1. Civil War: A Union Private & His Wife (can include readers theater)
  2. Mystic Seafarer’s Trail: Journey to Adventure and Amelia Earhart’s Secret Wedding
Testimonials:
 
"Lisa's talk on 'How to Market Yourself' was fabulous. She was very well received by the members who felt she really knew what she was talking about."Anne-Marie Foster, Co-Founder, freshconnections, a networking group for women in business.

"Lisa's writing advice was advanced enough for adults, but simple enough for children. By the end of the workshop, even the shyest students were sharing their literary creations!" Andrea McKenzie, Bill Library, Ledyard, CT


"We received very positive reviews from the participants of your memoir writing class. Your workshop was very professional. I appreciate you jumping into this workshop without knowing who the actual target audience was and what level of expertise to expect." Jean Schweid, Librarian, Groton Public Library
 
"Lisa, I just want to thank you for your class on publishing and pointing me in the right direction.  I really appreciated your time and knowledge. Now to jump in." Sue Palmer
 
"Lisa’s talk, 'Graveyard Adventures,' was both informative and entertaining. I've never seen another speaker get the ladies so engaged and laughing.”-- Nancy Wilkie, Mystic Women’s Club, Conn.
 
 
Lisa was eloquent and insightful about her experiences raising her handicapped daughter. She captured the attention of the students, special education teachers, therapists, and social workers -- inspiring them with greater empathy and commitment.”--Mary Goodin, M. Ed., OTR, Johns Hopkins University
 
 
Contact Lisa Saunders at lisasauders42@gmail.com or visit:

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